GOProud isn't invited to this year's conservative confab, but the organization -- and the issue of gay marriage -- won't be absent.
How could one state elect such wildly different lawmakers?
National Journal's 2012 Vote Ratings barely could.
Everyone agrees that the copper mine, which would create 1,300 jobs in a highly unemployed county, is a good idea -- and yet the Senate won't pass a bill allowing it to go forward.
A timeline of the outgoing Secretary's favorability ratings.
Think women haven't been in combat situations already? Meet the women who dressed like men to fight in the Civil War.
Most gay-rights groups are ready to accept the secretary of defense nominee's apology for comments in 1998 -- but one conservative organization is not.
Ted Yoho and his fellow freshmen promise to make John Boehner’s life even more hellish.
The drought has lawmakers scrambling to help dehydrated farms. But doing so could imperil a much more important measure.
What's the best way to understand Tea Party freshman Dennis Ross of Florida? Go shooting with him.
The Speaker, one of the most prominent Republicans yet to back a candidate, now throws his support behind the presumptive nominee.
With the speaker trying to sell his debt proposal, the Republican Study Committee says a staffer asked outside groups to pressure lawmakers
With his resignation letter, the former congressman makes his exit
Rep. Diane Black, a Tennessee Republican who sits on the Ways and Means and Budget committees, is worth up to $74 million
In the wake of the storm that killed more than 100, the president will survey tornado damage in southwest Missouri on Saturday
Beer distributors and producers are warring in Washington. What's at stake? The right to ship beer straight to consumers.
The NASCAR voting bloc doesn't support them, anyway
An opportunity to re-sell the unpopular bill